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Taking Steps - 1991 - Broadway Tickets, News, Info & More


Original Production
Run Type: Unknown
Market: Broadway
Previews: February 01, 1991
(22 preview

Closing: April 28, 1991

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1633 Broadway at 50th St.
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by Stephi Wild - Sep 6, 2020
Local cinemas in the Madison, WI area are beginning to reopen amidst the health crisis, with increased health and safety measures in place.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 29, 2020
Gibney Company, the resident company of Gibney, the New York City-based dance and social justice organization, welcomes six new Company members, known as Artistic Associates.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 24, 2021
As the world première production of Kaite O'Reilly's Missing Julie opens at Theatr Clwyd, Artistic Director Tamara Harvey and Executive Director Liam Evans-Ford today announce the cast for the world première production of Tim Price's Isla.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 21, 2020
The Old Globe today announced a new initiative in which it has asked six visionary theatre artists this one question: What Is Theatre Now?
by Stephi Wild - Sep 16, 2021
Casting is today announced for the world première of Robin Hooper's new drama 'Broken Lad', a comic and moving examination of masculinity in distress, directed by Richard Speir. It is Arcola Theatre's second production at their new venue, Arcola Outside.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 7, 2020
For the first time, a diverse coalition of culture, faith, sport, cities and businesses around the world today announced their participation in Count Us In.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 3, 2020
As the Venice Theatre reopens it's doors after six months, it presents Moon River - The Songs of Johnny Mercer as one of the first offerings of its new season.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 21, 2020
The announcement was made today by NewFest’s Executive Director David Hatkoff.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 18, 2022
 The Entertainment Community Fund is coordinating free flu shot sessions in New York City and cities throughout the country for members of the performing arts community. Over the weekend, flu shots were administered to the cast and crew of the Broadway revival of Into the Woods at the St. James Theatre. See photos here!
by Michael Major - Oct 17, 2022
“Family Karma” follows Indian-American friends navigating life, love and careers while balancing the cultural traditions and expectations of their parents and grandparents. Returning for Season three is Amrit Kapai, Anisha Ramakrishna, Bali Chainani, Brian Benni, Monica Vaswani, Rish Karam, and Vishal Parvani. Watch the video trailer now!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 13, 2020
In this time of change, Abingdon Theatre Company is recommitting to creating opportunities for all voices to be heard. With this in mind, they have announced the finalists of the Virtual Fall Festival of Short Plays! The 2-week festival begins on Monday, October 19th (through October 30) and will shed light on stories by people of color.
by Nicole Rosky - Oct 12, 2020
Several New York City theatres with the ability to greatly modify and limit their seating plans in accordance with social distancing rules are taking steps to do so.
by Lorens Portalatin - Nov 21, 2021
DTC's annual tradition of A Christmas Carol returns live on stage this year. The show opens November 24 at the Dee & Charles Wyly Theatre. After transitioning to a digital version of A Christmas Carol during the 2020-21 season, this season welcomes DTC audiences back to its large-scale indoor production, right in time for the holiday season.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 19, 2021
Dallas Theater Center annual tradition of A Christmas Carol returns live on stage this year! The show opens November 24 at the Dee & Charles Wyly Theatre and the first preview has already sold out, building excitement for opening night!
by Cara Joy David - Nov 18, 2022
Other than a handful of playwrights 30 and under, all the playwrights spoken to for this piece believe their sex has impacted their careers in the theater. Women feel that they have trouble getting in the room and being taken seriously once there. But there is something more, a sense that when things get really bad -- beyond mansplaining bad -- there aren't many people to turn to in the theater.
by Nicole Rosky - Nov 1, 2021
Just over a month ago, Come From Away resumed performances on Broadway at the Schoenfeld Theatre, where cast and staff are working hard to keep audiences healthy. Below, watch how the company is taking steps to ensure the safety of all who visit, in accordance with standards set by the Broadway League. For more info, please visit:
by Student Blogger: Danielle Urban - May 25, 2021
It really has not fully registered for me that I am an upperclassman, let alone that I just finished my junior year of college. With the pandemic, everything has kind of felt like a whirlwind and a blur.
by Stephi Wild - May 17, 2022
Van Gogh Alive, the multi-sensory smash-hit exhibition created and produced by Grande Experiences, continues its fundraising partnership with Scotland's leading mental health charity, the Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH) by launching a new artwork campaign. Artwork created by school students during the campaign will be auctioned for the charity at a special event at Van Gogh Alive Edinburgh in June.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 13, 2021
As part of Live Nation’s Green Nation sustainability charter launched in 2019, the company is aiming to phase out the sale of single-use plastics at all owned and operated venues and events.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 29, 2021
Constellation Theatre Company will kick off Season 14: Electric Impulses with Sue Jin Song's powerful one-woman show, Children of Medea. The production will be fully staged and filmed at CulturalDC's Source Theatre using a dynamic multi-camera setup and streamed online to audiences across the DC area and beyond.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 25, 2022
As Westport Country Playhouse prepares to open its 2022 Season on April 5, the historic theater is seeking volunteer ushers to greet patrons, scan tickets, distribute programs, answer audience questions, and direct patrons to their seats.
by Nicole Rosky - Mar 25, 2021
Start spreading the news! New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio spoke live from City Hall this morning to announce plans to start vaccinating theatre workers.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 24, 2022
Beginning with a simple mission of making outstanding theatre accessible for everyone by offering touring, pay-what-you-will productions, Servant Stage, now in their tenth season, has grown dramatically to become “a major player in the local theatrical market.'
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 15, 2022
The Orange Tree Theatre today announces the full cast for Franz Xaver Kroetz’s Tom Fool, translated by Estella Schmid and Anthony Vivis. Diyan Zora directs Anna Francolini (Martha), Jonah Rzeskiewicz (Ludwig) and Michael Shaeffer (Otto).
by Student Blogger: Kat Mokrynski - Jun 17, 2021
Well friends, the time has finally come. BuzzFeed Unsolved, the beloved series starring Ryan Bergara and Shane Madej, is coming to an end. Ever since 2016, this show has been a source of great memes, fascinating stories, and of course, dozens of unsolved mysteries both mundane and supernatural. For this article, I had the special opportunity to speak with the two “ghoulboys” about the series and how YouTube as a whole can be used as a platform for performance. We talked about the growth of the series, fan interactions, and even the legendary series known as the Hot Daga. Let’s jump right into it!
by Stephi Wild - Jun 17, 2021
The 2021 UK Tour opens at Cambridge Arts Theatre before visiting Bath, Guilford, Oxford, Malvern, Shrewsbury, Manchester, Brighton, Glasgow, York, Blackpool, Stoke and Edinburgh. Further tour dates to be announced.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 16, 2022
Today, New 42 announced the tenth group of New Victory LabWorks and LabWorks Launch artists for the 2022-23 season. LabWorks explores, devises and reimagines what theater for families can be by supporting New York-based artists of all disciplines.
by Nicole Rosky - Jun 14, 2021
The team at the Long Island Musical Theatre Festival is taking steps towards creating a better world within their own theatre community. The organization has penned an open letter vowing to strive towards diversity and racial inclusivity, and plans to support  it by providing scholarship opportunities. Read the full letter below!
by Alex Freeman - Jun 1, 2021
As the calendar turns to June, we’re one step closer to Broadway reopening, fewer audience restrictions in the UK, and more theatre companies taking steps toward performing in the great outdoors. All of these are great signs for the industry, and increased arts funding are yet another sign that the days are starting to get a bit brighter.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 30, 2021
Stephen Mallatratt’s adaptation of Susan Hill’s bestselling novel tells the story of a lawyer obsessed with a curse that he believes has been cast over his family by the spectre of a ‘Woman in Black’. He engages a young actor to help him tell his story and exorcise the fear that grips his soul.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 30, 2020
Mad Cow Theatre, in partnership with Black Theatre Girl Magic, presents digital readings of five short plays by award-winning playwright, poet and changemaker, Idris Goodwin, to spark conversation about race in America for multi-generational audiences.
by Nicole Rosky - Jul 27, 2020
Today, July 27, the Broadway Advocacy Coalition is bringing #BwayforBLM back to the foreground of the conversation, this time focusing on challenging the curriculum, policies, and systems in the ways they disproportionately harm Black students with 'The Miseducation.'
by Michael Major - Jul 14, 2022
Following his beguiling EP ‘II’ released earlier this year, the new cut sees Future Cavemen blend enigmatic riffs with wonky electronics that tingle with electricity and squirm amidst fuzzy reverb and jangling percussion. “Battle Scars” owes to a range of retro influences whilst simultaneously making a break for the offbeat allure of the future. 
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 26, 2021
North Carolina Theatre, the region's premiere nonprofit professional regional theatre, has announced three new positions starting this spring, filled in preparation for live performance and the start of digital streaming in its 2021-22 season.  
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 25, 2021
North Carolina Theatre has announced three new positions starting this spring, filled in preparation for live performance and the start of digital streaming in its 2021-22 season.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 10, 2023
On the heels of two of the highest attended productions in organization history, Amphibian Stage announced a radical change in their ticket pricing. Patrons will have several different prices to choose from when they return for the 2023 Season.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 7, 2022
The Orange Tree Theatre today announces the full cast for Franz Xaver Kroetz's Tom Fool, translated by Estella Schmid and Anthony Vivis. Diyan Zora directs Anna Francolini (Martha), Jonah Rzeskiewicz (Ludwig) and Michael Shaeffer (Otto).
by Stephi Wild - Feb 22, 2021
Six Flags Magic Mountain has announced that it plans to reopen with rides this spring. The theme park still needs approval from the state before going ahead with the reopening plans. 
by Alex Freeman - Feb 17, 2021
Social media is an important part of cultivating your current audience, but when it comes to building new audience members, the tools provided by the social platforms aren’t all they’re cracked up to be.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 12, 2021
The Orchard Project today announced its 2021 lab programs, expanded and shifted in response to the ongoing challenges facing performing artists nationally and worldwide. During a time of industry transformation, reckoning, and instability, the Orchard Project is taking steps to do even more to support the most innovative artists and diverse voices, helping creators to explore, create, and share their work in new ways given the current absence of live collaboration.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 6, 2021
The festival will serve as the official kick-off to summer with an epic weekend that brings together a diverse group of artists across the worlds of pop, rock, hip-hop, electronic, country, and more for the first time since 2019.
by Stephi Wild - Dec 15, 2021
A pop-up exhibition featuring 20 early-career artists has launched at a unique venue in Warrington town centre.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 14, 2022
Irondale, now celebrating forty years of artistically ambitious, cutting-edge theatre, will be waiving all admission fees for the entirety of their anniversary season, January-December 2023.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 25, 2021
Parry will be collaborating with Christie Vela, Associate Artistic Director at Theatre Three and a founding member of DTC's Diane and Brierley Resident Acting Company in 2008, who is directing the production. Vela will also appear on stage at DTC in the role of Sugar in Tiny Beautiful Things, the theater's opening production, starting on September 8.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 19, 2021
Indecorous Theatre Productions brings discussions of sexuality, gender identity, and queer culture to the forefront in their upcoming production of William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night for the 2021 Philadelphia Fringe Festival.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 12, 2020
Mad Cow Theatre, in partnership with Black Theatre Girl Magic, will present digital readings of five short plays by award-winning playwright, poet and changemaker Idris Goodwin to spark conversation about race in America for multi-generational audiences.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 8, 2022
Directed by Matthew Dunster, Martin McDonagh's Hangmen begins previews tonight, Friday, April 8, 2022. The production opens on Thursday, April 21, 2022 at Broadway's Golden Theatre for a limited 10-week engagement. Meet the cast here!
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 6, 2022
The NYC Department of Cultural Affairs has officially launched the application process for the Fiscal Year 2023 Cultural Development Fund. For the first time since the pandemic suspended the competitive peer panel review process, DCLA encourages cultural nonprofits from across all of New York City's vast, diverse cultural community to apply to receive public support for their arts and cultural activities.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 28, 2021
Delegates met remotely to recommend policy for the future of the union in accordance with the convention's theme: “Equity: Solidarity in a New Era”.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 16, 2021
Mint Theater Company will continue the highly popular Silver Lining Streaming Series with the on-demand streaming of the two-camera archival recording (filmed in HD!) of A Picture of Autumn by N.C Hunter, directed by Gus Kaikkonen beginning Monday April 19th, and continuing through June 13th.

Taking Steps Frequently Asked Questions

What productions of Taking Steps have there been?
Taking Steps has had 2 productions including Broadway which opened in 1991 and Regional (US) which opened in 2017.